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 Post subject: Re: Dear B, recommend me some beer
PostPosted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 1:20 am 
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Doug RR wrote:
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Any thoughts on what the best beer states are?

In no order, I'm thinking:

California
Colorado
Oregon
Michigan
North Carolina (yeah, I'm biased)

Countries?

USA, USA, USA


Germany
Belgium
England


I will agree with california at the top but I would add NY to the list as well...I hate that I cant get Brooklyn, sixpoint and even Ithica beers out here

I'll ship you all the Brooklyn you want for some Pliny.

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Rebar wrote:
Doug RR wrote:
¡B! wrote:
Any thoughts on what the best beer states are?

In no order, I'm thinking:

California
Colorado
Oregon
Michigan
North Carolina (yeah, I'm biased)

Countries?

USA, USA, USA


Germany
Belgium
England


I will agree with california at the top but I would add NY to the list as well...I hate that I cant get Brooklyn, sixpoint and even Ithica beers out here

I'll ship you all the Brooklyn you want for some Pliny.


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I'm building up the pliny right now..I have about 10-12...I'll be in touch


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Skitch Patterson wrote:
¡B! wrote:
Any thoughts on what the best beer states are?

In no order, I'm thinking:

California
Colorado
Oregon
Michigan
North Carolina (yeah, I'm biased)

Countries?

USA, USA, USA


Germany
Belgium
England


Are we talking availability, or production? Because if you're talking availability, MN might be worth a mention.


Well, if that were the case I'd just find some stats about which state produces the most beer or has the most available. Which states forward the cause of awesome beer?

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I have to say Colorado and California promote tasty beer, Michigan is up there. North Carolina seems to be fairly progressive when it comes to beer too.

Seems like the states where marijuana is at least decriminalized seem to have favorable beer laws on the books too.

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I always enjoy these during the festive season.


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Leinenkugel's Big Eddy Series Russian Imperial Stout is on tap for tonight. Only 30 cases came into the state of SC, so that means it has to be good, right?

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I wish we got Long Trail and Tuckerman almost as much as I wish we got Bell's and Founders.


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i am so glad KY gets bell's and founder's

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I may pick up some Sixpoint tonight.


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There's almost too many microbrews to pick from in Colorado.

My local favorite is Bristol's brewery. We go in there quite a bit.

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They have Venetucci's special release pumpkin ale every harvest. The problem is that it sells out in one night and the line to get a bomber -or whatever drop that is left of it - is out the door around the corner over the hill and to the moon. I have yet to taste it. Then, the local westside Independant paper had an announcement that the Broadmoor is hosting an event to come have a pint of ale, and unlimited small plates for just $35 per person.

$35 for a taste????

http://www.visitcos.com/node/159/523/Venetucci%20Farm

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All Sierra Nevada 12-packs were on sale today. I chose this over Torpedo. I'm regretting it a little. It's not my favorite.

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We just got Lazy Magnolia beers in our store. I think Mickey was telling me about them once. (?) Tried the Timber Beast Rye P.A. Was really good.

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It was probably me. They're the only real functioning MS brewery. Their normal offerings (Southern Pecan, Indian Summer, Reb Ale) are okay but they were created back when you couldn't sell/make over 6% ABW in the state, so they were handcuffed a little. Timber Beast is their first post-blue-law beer. I haven't had it yet but I've heard really good things.

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Got another trade box coming my way and am using this to select some items for the next person who is from Colorado.

http://www.seekabrew.com/distro/index.html


Added to the header post.

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That's a good site. I wonder how often that is updated. We've had Founder's here in SC for about a year but it shows SC as not having it.

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Rebar wrote:
That's a good site. I wonder how often that is updated. We've had Founder's here in SC for about a year but it shows SC as not having it.


He seems to update it often, last 2012-11-24, but also relies on some user input: http://www.seekabrew.com/distro/about.html
Shoot him an e-mail.

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Lazy Magnolia Timber Beast in the Fridge.

:D 10% RIPA Thanks, Mississippi.

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I got some of the Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan, it's not bad.

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